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Tango Argentino

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Spectacle Argentina Tango au festival de Carthage

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Spectacle de Tango, Argentine

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Soirée Tango argentin

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Tango Argentino is a musical stage production about the history and many varieties of Argentine tango. It was created and directed by Hector Orezzoli and Claudio Segovia, and premiered at the Festival d'Automne in Paris in 1983 and on Broadway in 1985. The production became a world-wide success with numerous tours culminating with a Broadway revival in 1999-2000. It set off a world-wide resurgence of tango, both as a social dance and as a musical genre. Tango Argentino recreates on stage the history of tango from its beginnings in 19th Century Buenos Aires through the tango's golden age of the 1940s and 50s up to Piazzolla's tangos. Most of the dancers in the show did their own choreography.
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